SESAMME is an application (app) for iPads. SESAMME stands for Socio-Ecological App for Mental Model Elicitation
SESAMME consists of an iPad app and a set of scripts which outline the process to follow in focus group discussions.
SESAMME captures information, including past and future trends, and the current state of system components (such as resources, activities, pressures and decisions) from local communities and helps them to visualise how these components interact.
SESAMME is used within focus group discussions according to a script that outlines the discussion procedure.
SESAMME is used to assist group discussions about coastal zone management problems (such as fish catch decline) and to visually represent how resources, activities and pressures interact to create the problems identified.
SESAMME is available as an iPad app, via the iTunes store for iOS (from April 2018).
No specific user skills are required.
SESAMME can be accessed via the Apple app store for iOS. The script can be downloaded from the CCRES website www.ccres.net
NOTE: SESAMME will only appear in a search on the Apple app store when the search is done on a tablet. It will not appear if the search is performed on a computer or smartphone.
SESAMME is available free of charge, under the user agreement and stated terms and conditions (see www.ccres.net)
No. The app will contain a ‘help’ function for users.
STATUS: IN PROGRESS/PENDING UPLOADS
For more information, contact Dr Russell Richards, The University of Queensland
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